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[ScreenOS] How to Determine the MAC Addresses Associated with a Port in a Bridge Group

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Article ID: KB14985 KB Last Updated: 26 Mar 2020Version: 2.0
Summary:

How to determine the Mac-Learning table in a bridge group.

Symptoms:

When issuing a "get interface" command, it shows the MAC address of the virtual bgroup interface, but it doesn't indicate what the MAC addresses are associated on the individual port.

Solution:

To determine the MAC address associated with an individual port that is part of a bridge group, use the command "get interface <bridge group> mac-table".

Below is an example showing the MAC addresses of ports associated with bgroup0:

ssg20-> get int bgroup0 mac-table
This command will not show the mac-table for wireless interfaces.
Interface MAC Address
************************************
ethernet0/2 0016cba23ada

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ethernet0/4 0011d903ede9

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Modification History:

2020-03-26: Minor, non-technical update.

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